Posts on Projects
I've been working on a Drupal 7 installation profile and accompanying theme for the past couple months (demo site here). Both the profile and the theme are meant to be "starter kits" for designers and frontend developers when working on Drupal projects.
Prometheus and Atlas - the profile and theme, respectively - are where most of my Drupal projects start these days. They represent an approach that works well for me, saves loads of time and takes advantage of a lot of the contemporary frontend tools and tricks. While they aren't completely done - lots of stuff on the margins to take care of - they are in good enough shape to share, get some feedback on and hopefully find a collaborator or two.
Update: Aventura is now available for free on GitHub. Read below for the original write up on what is included with the installation profile and theme. If you don't use Git, you can download the zip file directly.
I'm happy to announce the latest addition to my packaged theme collection, Aventura. Featuring a full screen hero image, Aventura is the perfect Drupal theme for sites that need to make a powerful first impression. What follows is a quick overview of how Aventura was put together so you can more easily get started customizing it to your heart's content. If you want to check out Aventura while reading through this guide, the demo site is up and running, so give it a look!
I've been playing around with Omega 4 lately and I've put together a starter kit that I'd like to share (static demo site). As with most things Drupal, there are a lot of different ways to to achieve a particular outcome, and working with Omega theme is no exception.